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**To**:*vieth@thphy.uni-duesseldorf.de***Subject**:**Re: more on a Times/Symbol implementation of MC/MSP****From**:*Matthias Clasen <clasen@pong.mathematik.uni-freiburg.de>***Date**: Fri, 10 Oct 1997 13:07:44 +0200**Cc**:*math-font-discuss@cogs.susx.ac.uk*

Thanks for the new material, Ulrik. So far,I have not looked at the Postscript implementation at all (I guess that I will do that when I find time to look at mathfonts again); but I have integrated your concrete version. I'll try to produce a new snapshot as soon as possible. IIRC, you asked about the prime and backprime in MC some time ago. If have looked at Justins paper and found them in the group `core symbols for design similarity reasons', so I guess thats the only reason for them being there (it can't be kerning). But I would vote for keeping them in MC, since the only alternative would be MSP and it looks as if MSP has even less room than MC (if we follow the suggestion to move some exotic new glyphs from MC to MS1, like Dal, Vbar and Vbarslanted). Justin also mentioned two prime ligature slots which would have to live with the two primes. I have no idea what these ligature slots are supposed to contain. Perhaps a long-term member of the list remembers them ? A final point, regarding upright greek: Ulrik, you marked your improved upright greek as `experimental'. Should I integrate it in the next snapshot ? Regards, Matthias

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